GED® Testing

GED® and the GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education (ACE) and may not be used or reproduced without express written permission. GED® and the GED Testing Service® brands are administered by GED Testing Service LLC under license from ACE. Visit the GED Website for more information.

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COVID-19 Advisory

Due to public health concerns, the GED test and HiSET exam can both be taken at home in a proctored environment. The GED test option is called the Online Proctored GED and the HiSET option is called HiSET at Home. These options require a computer, camera, speakers, and Internet connectivity for the individual delivery of the test at home or in another secure location.

  • TCSG COVID-19 Parent ConsentStudents ages 16 and 17 are considered under-age and may need the consent of a parent or guardian to test. Please check your testing confirmation email for requirements.
  • TCSG COVID-19 Student Waiver – All test-takers 18 years and over may be ask to sign a waiver document. Please check your testing confirmation email for requirements.

Contact

  • Available on the Bainbridge, Moultrie (Veterans Parkway), Thomasville, and Tifton Campuses.
  • Contact us for more information, Monday – Thursday:
    • Bainbridge Campus at 229-248-2517
    • Moultrie Campus at 229-217-4181
    • Thomasville Campus at 229-225-5292,
    • Tifton Campus at 229-392-2615 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • For more information, call the Career Transition Office at:
    • 229-248-2517 (Bainbridge)
    • 229-217-4184 (Moultrie & Tifton)
    • 229-225-5066 (Thomasville)

HOPE GED® Grant

Legal Residents of Georgia who earned a GED® Diploma (high school equivalency credential) awarded by the Technical College System of Georgia, Office of Adult Education after June 30, 1993 may receive a one-time $500 HOPE award. This award can be used toward tuition, books, and other educational costs at an eligible public or private college, university, or technical college in a degree, diploma, or certificate program.

GED® and the GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.

FAQ’s about the GED®

• Basic instruction in reading, writing and math skills
• Preparation for the GED® Test
• Individualized programs of study to meet your learning needs
• Small on campus classes and online classes
• Free classes and instructional materials
• Career transition assistance into credit enrollment for HSE graduates
• English Language Learner program offered in Tifton, Cairo, and Moultrie.
• Adults who did not finish high school but want to further their education
• Adults with skills below the high school level seeking job advancement
• Adults with limited English proficiency
Classes are held in Colquitt, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Thomas, Tift, Turner, and Worth counties. Distance Education (online) classes are also offered. Please contact the Adult Education Office for a complete listing of class sites and schedules.
For a schedule of classes, contact Southern Regional Technical College. Take a free placement test to determine your starting point. The test may be administered in person or remotely. Students attending the Adult Education Programs will not be charged tuition, fees, or any other charges, or be required to purchase any books, or any other materials needed for participation in the program. (The first charge a student will incur is the charge for HSE testing.)
There is a $40 Graduation fee.

Online Adult Education (GED & HiSET) Courses

GED and HiSET Preparation courses are offered at no cost to students using the Blackboard® online classroom platform in eight week sessions. The sessions include an eight week Mathematics class, a four week Reading Language class and a two week Science class.

Students completing the course will:

  • Be given practice tests at no cost to the student
  • Take the HSE (GED or HiSET) test at no cost to the student

Benefits:

  • Study at their convenience
  • Fast paced
  • Eliminates barriers such as transportation, childcare
  • No cost to the student
  • Available to take from home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Link to the Online GED Test website: https://ged.com/take-the-ged-test-online/

You will need a computer, webcam, and reliable internet — no tablets or phones are allowed for online program.

Contact Jan Fowler for more information: 229-217-4181 or jfowler@southernregional.edu